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News: A Portion of The Division's Open World Has Been Cut from the Finished Game

A Portion of The Division's Open World Has Been Cut from the Finished Game

Bye-bye Brooklyn

When Tom Clancy's The Division was initially revealed, we were thrown into a snowy recreation of Brooklyn - one of New York's most famous boroughs. However, according to a statement from creative director Magnus Jansen, published by Examiner, Brooklyn won't feature in the finished game - at least, not at launch. "For Tom Clancy's...

News: UK Sales Charts: Grand Theft Auto V Keeps Truckin'

UK Sales Charts: Grand Theft Auto V Keeps Truckin'

Rockstar's release up to second as Call of Duty tops

Grand Theft Auto V is an unstoppable juggernaut. The game, which first launched over two years ago, has climbed to second in this week's UK sales charts, proving that there ain't any stopping Rockstar's train. Call of Duty: Black Ops III continued its dominance in first position, while FIFA 16,...

Push Rewind: PS4 Firmware Updates, Our 2016 Predictions, and PS Vita Lives

PS4 Firmware Updates, Our 2016 Predictions, and PS Vita Lives

Slowly does it

After an absolutely action packed start to 2016, things slowed down a little this week. Ubisoft put out some new footage of Tom Clancy's The Division, but other than that, it's been a particularly quiet one, with an uneventful PlayStation 4 firmware update being one of the few highlights. You won't hear us complaining, of course –...

News: Could a New Tokyo Jungle Be in the Works?

Could a New Tokyo Jungle Be in the Works?

Producer Masaaki Yamagiwa teases a new project

A lot of people probably remember Tokyo Jungle for its obscure, Pomeranian-sporting front cover, but it was an excellent game in its own right. Set in a world in which humans have become extinct and animals roam the streets of cities, players had to gather animals into packs and take over Tokyo,...

News: Rely on Your Grey Cells in Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders on PS4

Rely on Your Grey Cells in Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders on PS4

One must seek the truth within

With the new Sherlock Holmes game a little way away, a certain Belgian detective is eyeing a fresh set of crimes on the PlayStation 4. Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders will see everyone's favourite moustachioed super sleuth breathing down the necks of cel-shaded criminals, as he tracks down a serial killer using his...

News: Really Big Robots Wreck Each Other in RIGS PS4 Gameplay

Really Big Robots Wreck Each Other in RIGS PS4 Gameplay

Lord of the ring

RIGS: Mechanized Combat League is the closest thing resembling an actual game for PlayStation VR right now, and it's looking pretty neat – even if it's clearly still quite early. The Guerrilla Cambridge developed shooter-cross-soccer futuristic sports game sees you assuming the seat inside a supercharged mech, which you'll need to...

News: New Rocket League Update Drops Next Month, Brings an End to Season One

New Rocket League Update Drops Next Month, Brings an End to Season One

Also adds loot

Psyonix has done an excellent job of keeping Rocket League fresh with new content and gameplay modifiers, and it looks like 2016 won't be an exception. On its Steam Community page, the San Diego-based team announced that the first season of competitive Rocket League will be brought to a close when a new update launches in February...

First Impressions: Is Arslan: The Warriors of Legend Princely on PS4?

Is Arslan: The Warriors of Legend Princely on PS4?

King me

We've had our eye on Arslan: The Warriors of Legend for quite some time, and that's mostly because Omega Force – the developer behind almost every Warriors-esque game under the sun – has a solid track record when it comes to merging already existing properties with its trademark hack and slash action. The likes of Dynasty Warriors:...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 101

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 101

It's cold

Winter has arrived. No, really – the greenery of the UK has turned an icy shade of white, and we've reverted to performing star jumps in the Push Square office just to stay warm. It's been a bit of a quiet week here in the PlayStation Nation, but a deluge of new releases are about to deploy, so we may as well make the most of the down...

News: These LEGO PlayStation Icons Are Too Darn Cool

These LEGO PlayStation Icons Are Too Darn Cool

Kratos! Lara Croft! PaRappa the Rapper!

We can probably all agree that LEGO's cooler than Shuhei Yoshida in an ice bath, but what if the blocky world were to merge with the PlayStation Nation? For its latest issue, Official PlayStation Magazine has commissioned a bunch of Sony-themed LEGO characters, which can be purchased from Minifigs.me...

News: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Screens Pop Out of the Manhole

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Screens Pop Out of the Manhole

Getting a pizza the action

Our friends at Pure Xbox, who are fast becoming the official source for all Platinum Games screenshot leaks, have laid their green fingers on some shots from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. The game, which popped up on ratings boards eons ago, is still yet to be officially announced by publisher...

Feature: 25 Games That Prove PlayStation Vita Ain't Dead Yet

25 Games That Prove PlayStation Vita Ain't Dead Yet

Alive and kickin'

Stop! Pack up that PlayStation Vita shaped coffin and plop your posterior on a pew: Sony's smallest system may not possess the unstoppable popularity of the PlayStation 4, but if going mainstream was really considered cool, then we'd all be rocking Bieber barnets and humming the chorus to Love Yourself. No one wants to do that,...

Push Share: What PS4 Screenshots Have You Been Sharing? - Issue 6

What PS4 Screenshots Have You Been Sharing? - Issue 6

Games as art, kind of

Welcome to the first Push Share of 2016, a bi-weekly feature in which we round up our staff writers and prod them until they send us their best PlayStation 4 pictures. This week's offerings have produced a decent gallery that showcases a healthy selection of titles, so, as always, feel free to peruse our artistic endeavours and...